Sprint's Tri-Fi Mobile Hotspot Arrives May 18
Sprint today announced that the Sierra Wireless 4G LTE Tri-Fi Hotspot goes on sale starting May 18. The Tri-Fi supports CDMA 3G, WiMax 4G, and LTE 4G, and can provide wireless internet access for up to eight devices. The Tri-Fi also includes a microSD memory card slot. The device costs $99 after rebate with a new agreement. Data plans for the Tri-Fi start at $35 per month for 3GB of combined 3G/4G data and max out at $80 per month for 12GB.
Sprint to Sell ZTE's Hotspot Projector
Sprint today announced it is bringing ZTE's smart projector to its network as the Sprint LivePro. ZTE announced the LivePro at the Consumer Electronics Show in January, which combines a digital projector and LTE mobile hotspot into one device.
Boost Mobile's Latest Hotspot Costs $50
Boost Mobile today debuted the Netgear Fuse, a mobile hotspot that can provide up to 10 hours of web surfing for up to 10 devices via WiFi. The hotspot has a 2,500mAh battery and a 1.77-inch display, which provides device status info.
Sprint and Alcatel Debut Ride-Fi for In-Car Hotspot
Sprint and Alcatel today made the Ride-Fi available for purchase. This mobile hotspot, first announced last month, was made specifically for cars and plugs into vehicles' DC power port for in-car connectivity.
Samsung Adds Tri-Band Carrier Aggregation to Note 4
Samsung today announced a modified version of the Galaxy Note 4 that takes the company's flagship handset to the Nth degree. The new Note 4 supports LTE Advanced (LTE-A) Tri-Band Carrier Aggregation (CA), which can provide peak download speeds of 300Mbps once such networks are available.